A car traveling along a straight road is clocked at a number of points. The data from the observations are given in the following table, where the time is in seconds, the distance is in feet, and the speed is in feet per second. Time 0 3 5 8 13 Distance 0 225 383 623 993 Speed 75 77 80 74 72 a. Use a Hermite polynomial to predict the position of the car and its speed when t = 10 s. b. Use the derivative of the Hermite polynomial to determine whether the car ever exceeds a 55 mi/h speed limit on the road. If so, what is the first time the car exceeds this speed? c. What is the predicted maximum speed for the car?

Mecaskey 1 Hannah M. Mecaskey SPSY 8012: Behavioral Research and Accountability Methods Annotated Bibliography Prof. Dacia McCoy, PhD March 2, 2016 Example of an entry for Multiple Baseline Design: Gutman, A., Raphael-Greenfield, E., & Rao, A. (2012). Effect of a motor-based role-play intervention on the social behaviors of adolescents...